The numbers are in for the iPad’s only competitor thus far. So far, Samsung has announced that around one million units of the Samsung Galaxy Tabs have been sold since its release in November 2010. Apple has said that they have sold around 7.2 million since the iPad’s release in April 2010. So, based on the numbers alone, it seems that Samsung has released a viable product that people are willing to spend money on. Seeing that the Galaxy Tab is a competitor of the iPad, the Tab runs on Google’s Android OS. However, one main difference between the Tab and iPad is that Samsung has licensed their products with more mobile companies: AT&T, Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile and Sprint. The iPad can only run wireless plans through Verizon Wireless or AT&T only.